1. Harman-Kardon Aura

    Harman-Kardon Aura

    A stunning looking speaker, but one that doesn’t have the ‘wow’ sound or usability to boot

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  2. Philips Fidelio E2

    Philips Fidelio E2

    Musical and detailed, these versatile speakers have your entertainment needs covered

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  3. Dali Kubik Free

    Dali Kubik Free

    Best wireless speaker up to £750, Awards 2014. The Kubik Free is a real entertainer – an enthusiastic-sounding wireless speaker mixed with a solid feature set

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  4. Q Acoustics Q-BT3

    Q Acoustics Q-BT3

    Proper hi-fi sound from a feature-rich package that will boost TV, computer and streaming sound? Sounds like a winner to us

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  5. Bayan Audio SoundBook

    Bayan Audio SoundBook

    A nice-looking, portable and easy to use speaker with a decent, pleasant sound

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  7. Klipsch KMC 3

    Klipsch KMC 3

    Despite a big, room-filling sound, the Klipsch needs more organisation and detail

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  8. JBL Charge

    JBL Charge

    While we’d love deeper bass, the punchy detail, portable design and good price makes this wireless speaker a worthwhile contender

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    Available from £86.99
  9. Beats by Dr. Dre Pill

    Beats by Dr. Dre Pill

    All style and little substance – the Pill isn’t talented enough to compete with more accomplished class rivals

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  10. Bose SoundLink Mini

    Bose SoundLink Mini

    This Bose is tiny, but its warm, rich bassy sound is music to our ears

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  11. Pure Digital Jongo T2

    Pure Digital Jongo T2

    The Jongo system isn’t quite there yet, but this is still a very affordable entry point to wireless and multiroom music

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